Hotels Near Mcbeth Recreation Center In Austin

4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1.95km from McBeth Recreation Center
The hotel had a great young, quirky vibe. The grounds are nice as they have tables to sit outside. They have a pool hat we didn't try. (too cold). There is a cafe and a restaurant on the grounds. We went to the restaurant for breakfast but were not impressed. Service was slow (only ones there for breakfast and took 25 minutes to get our order). Menu was small and nothing special. Extremely expensive! The cafe served coffee and some baked goods in the morning. The lobby was fun as it had a large comfortable seating area with vinyl records. The rooms were minimalistic and felt either like a European hotel room or a dorm room with the cinderblock walls and concrete floors.(depending on your perspective) The bed was extremely comfortable. We didn't have a place to unpack because the only shelves for clothes were too high to reach. We had to live out of our suitcases on the floor. No microwave which would have been nice. They did have a refrigerator and a pot to heat water (which was great if you were a tea drinker because it didn't taste like coffee - just have to bring your own tea). The room had a balcony but you couldn't see over or through the balcony wall if you wanted to sit down. It also had a small table that you could use for a desk, but room enough for only 1. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The only issue we had that was very disappointing was that on a Saturday night there was no parking for hotel guests. With the restaurant and a wedding at the facility we were told that we had to find meter parking in the streets and later move the car that night. This was a huge inconvenience after flying across country, being very tired, having to find parking (3 hour max), and move the car until a spot opened up at the hotel....not fun! Interesting place. A lot of good but they have a few things to work on that would make it great!
FromUS$263
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
2.59km from McBeth Recreation Center
Me and my Girlfriend stayed here two nights to attend MotoGP in Austin. The location is so close to many great bars and shops that it's completely walkable if you want to see what's around Austin. Every morning breakfast is serviced in the back house. The best part is the parfait at the end, it's basically like desert! Nick, the Host, is a treat. He's always interested to here where you are from and what you're there too see. Also he rides an DRZ400 so that puts him up in my book lol. The rooms are all charming with a great antique aesthetic and feel. They were all clean and tidy and made our stay very magical. My girlfriend said I had, and I quote, "done good!". Can't ask for anything more!
FromUS$171
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
2.88km from McBeth Recreation Center
FromUS$136
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
2.93km from McBeth Recreation Center
This Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - Town Lake is located in Austin and especially designed for longer stays, with all rooms featuring a fully equipped kitchen. The hotel offers free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. A complimentary Grab and Go breakfast with fruit, muffins and coffee is also served daily.Every kitchen at Extended Stay America - Austin is equipped with a stove , microwave and a fridge. The hotel also provides guests with laundry and ironing facilities, upgraded bedding with extra pillows, and fresh water in in every room.The property offers free onsite parking and free local phone calls. Attractions within close proximity to the hotel include the Texas State Capitol, the Sixth Street and the University of Texas Austin.
FromUS$89
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
3.05km from McBeth Recreation Center
My wife and I have not been able to spend time with our grown Children who live in Austin since the COVID situation came up as I have to take immunosuppressants and we had not found a safe a comfortable way to spend time there. I reached out to the W to understand the current safety standards and ask for special room accommodations to make the trip both safe and enjoyable. Within hours I had a positive response from their management team wishing me safe travels. As usual upon arrival we we greeted by the warmly by staff but they were also taking care to observe all precautions. Throughout the stay they made us not only feel welcome, provided us everything we could need (including off menu smoothies) but also made it so that we did not feel concerned about being outside of our safe space at home. Room service was excellent and the way they have the outside setup at Trace allows for great food, fun atmosphere and also Social Distancing. If you like us have been thinking it is too risky to travel, or that when you got to the hotel it would feel like a hospital, the W Austin will change your mind. Thanks to all the staff that made our trip so great. Justin
FromUS$275
4.9/5Perfect14 Reviews
3.06km from McBeth Recreation Center
This Austin luxury hotel is located on the banks of Lady Bird Lake, offering access to hiking and bicycle trails as well as sweeping views of the lake and cityscape.The contemporary suites at Hyatt Regency Austin are decorated with soothing, neutral colours and custom furnishings. Each room is furnished with a flat-screen TV, an iPod docking station, and coffee-making facilities.Austin Hyatt Regency has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool with a sundeck overlooking the lake. A modern fitness centre and yoga classes are also available. Guests can access the internet and print travel documents in the on-site business centre.Marker 10 Spirits & Cuisine serves casual meals, sushi and cocktails in the evenings. The hotel’s restaurant, Southwest Bistro, offers fresh, local cuisine for breakfast and lunch. Guests can find coffee and pastries at the onsite franchise Starbucks store.The Texas State Capitol building and the warehouse restaurant district are each within less than 5 miles of the hotel.
FromUS$160
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.1km from McBeth Recreation Center
I had a staycation weekend w/ my girlfriend for my birthday and we loved the hotel and the room. I had recently stayed at the Fairmont Austin which is another very upscale DT Austin hotel and I prefer ZaZa for the personality, decor and vibe. Lot's of construction going on all night while we were there, but that is just how downtown Austin is currently and no fault of the hotel. Everyone was very nice and service was excellent although I did get a lot more comps at The Fairmont when we went for our 18th anniversary (w/ the hubs not the BFF), but that can also be who you encounter etc. They did give us a glass of house Prosecco at the bar for a birthday treat, but that was it. Again, not looking for comps, but it is something you remember and notice. Still I would choose ZaZa over the Fairmont for the vibe and also the actual room was appointed better. It is super close to bars and restaurants (so is the Fairmont though) and it is a short walk to the running trails and kayaking on Town Lake. Also the Fairmont comped us WIFI, but normally there is a charge which I found odd when you are paying that much for a room, it was included at ZaZa. I can't compare to the Dallas and Houston locations as I have never been.
FromUS$270
4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
3.17km from McBeth Recreation Center
Ideally situated across from the beautiful Lady Bird Lake, this hotel in central Austin Texas offers spacious guestrooms and 2-room suites as well as a variety of convenient services.Embassy Suites Austin Downtown is close to the Austin Children's Museum, the South Congress shopping district and Zilker Botanical Gardens. The Barton Springs Pool, a 3-acre, spring-fed pool that averages a temperature of 20 C degrees year-round is also nearby.Guests at Austin Downtown Embassy Suites will enjoy a free, cooked-to-order hot breakfast every morning. Free beverages are also available at the nightly Manager's Reception. The on-site, Copper Bar and Restaurant serves Asian-American dishes for lunch and dinner every day.
FromUS$139
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
3.26km from McBeth Recreation Center
I stay here every summer on my trips back home and it never disappoints. Great location on Congress and always parking available in the hotel's parking lot. The staff are always very friendly and rooms also clean (and very well air-conditioned!). If you want to swim, go early in the morning or later in the evening and you'll get it all to yourself. While I do like the bigger rooms facing the courtyard, I find them to be a little noisy because people sit in the lounge chairs late at night. To get silence, opt for a room in the newer building or smaller rooms in the original building facing the parking lot.
FromUS$225
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.32km from McBeth Recreation Center
FromUS$260
4.4/5Excellent12 Reviews
3.34km from McBeth Recreation Center
Located in the heart of downtown Austin, JW Marriott features a luxurious, modern design throughout the property. Free WiFi and a high-definition TV are provided in each room. Dine in the elegant on-site restaurant or relax at the rooftop pool overlooking the city streets.Crisp white linens and plush bedding are included in each room. Free toiletries are available in an en suite bathroom. Ironing facilities, a desk and a coffee machine are also provided.An on-site coffee shop, fully equipped fitness centre, spa, sauna and steam room are all located at the JW Marriott. Luggage storage and a 24-hour front desk are also provided.Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is 15 minutes’ drive from this hotel. The Capitol Building is located 1 km away from Austin’s JW Marriott.
FromUS$198
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
3.35km from McBeth Recreation Center
Radisson Hotel & Suites Downtown Austin, is an upscale property nestled among the best sights and attractions in the city. Here, you will enjoy stylish, comfortable guest rooms and outstanding amenities that include a Starbucks coffee shop, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, a Fitness Center and a six-floor parking garage.   Enjoy the onsite restaurant with amazing views of town lake.  The Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, in-room dining and pool side service.   At this ideally situated hotel in downtown Austin, you will be within walking distance of the city's biggest attractions, including the Austin Convention Center, downtown Austin's business district, live music and the world-famous 6th Street and Warehouse entertainment districts.Ideal Downtown/Lakeside setting on Town LakeClosest hotel to Austin's famous Bats7 miles/15 minutes from Austin Bergstrom International AirportA fitness center provides cardio and strength-training equipment, and a lake-view patio houses a year-round outdoor splash pool.In-room dining, and full-service Starbucks available100% non-smoking facilityParking Fees Per Day: $20 Self Parking / $27 Valet Parking
FromUS$198

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Hotels Near Mcbeth Recreation Center In Austin Review

4.3/510 Reviews
Austin City Center
This hotel is a solid 3-star hotel, similar to a courtyard or Hampton Inn quality. There are minor cosmetic wear through the room/bathroom and the cleaning isn't Four Seasons quality but I had a good stay and the staff are wonderful. The Cons - If you're below floor 18 or so, you may hear street noise. It's worse if you're below 10. I was on 14 and heard the crosswalk beeping non-stop. Faint, but still. I moved to 21 and could still hear it periodically but not as often. - People rave about the cleaning here, but the first room I got had someone else's hair around the shower, and the outer part of the toilet bowl had someone else's pee. Not a lot, but still gross. - Mixup of rooms. I called housekeeping to request a cleanup time of 10:00a for my five night stay. They did it that day but no one showed up the next day. When I called, they said someone set my room as do not clean. I have no idea why as I never requested this and never used the door hanger to indicate this. So they must have mixed me up with someone else. Also, they once called me to tell me my pizza arrived, but I never ordered a pizza. I should have claimed it anyway. - Low water pressure. The shower and bathroom sink water pressure was low, but the kitchen sink was good. Neutral - Neighbor noise. It's mostly a business hotel so you won't hear a lot of families and kids. The walls aren't paper thin, but you may hear people above you moving around and pipes sounds in the bathroom. It's not terrible, but would be worse if it was a family hotel. - Room size is on the smaller size. I would recommend upgrading to a room with a sofa-bed if you want a size of a more "standard" US hotel room. - Minimal toiletries. There are mounted shampoo/condition combo in one bottle (that tends to leak) and body wash in another mounted bottle in the shower. You get a bar of soap and a mini lotion. I suggest bringing your own bathing stuff if this isn't enough. - Checkout time. You can bump it back 30 minutes but they'll charge you if more. 12:30p is the latest. Pros - Simple room decor. Kind of reminds me of a modern hospital suite. - Comfortable bed - Great appliances - full sized fridge, stove top, microwave, coffee maker. You also get a new sponge and dish detergent. - Staff. The staff really want you to have a pleasant stay. After I was annoyed of the housekeeping issues, I coincidentally ran into Parker and he was incredibly accommodating. He comped me dinner at Caroline's and moved me to a different room. He even called me the next day to check on me. - Location is great. You're a short walk from a lot of tasty places and VooDoo Donuts is right there. I got to all these recommended food places on foot in 30 min or less. Or you could just take one of the billion scooters left all over to faster commute time. - The breakfast is amazing. I only had it one day but it's free and they had fresh flavored pancakes, a yogurt bar, cereals, pastries, fruits, different juices, e
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FromUS$159
3.7/510 Reviews
Stayed here for just one quick night. Served its purpose with a very comfortable 2br suite each with a queen bed, bathroom etc. Great common area to hang out in and very quite room at the back of the property. Check in was really easy. They have notices up regarding social distancing, masks required etc. Got to our room and everything was really clean. Remotes had been cleaned and put in sealed plastic sleeves, common touch points looked great and felt really safe about staying in that unit. They don't offer the normal breakfast, but you can go to lobby and pick up a to go breakfast (which we didn't do), but I'm sure it was great. This property is right off of 1-35. I'm sure the rooms facing the 35 have a little more noise, but we were not bothered. I would for sure consider staying here again.
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FromUS$161
4.5/510 Reviews
I had a great time in this property and I loved that we had a kitchen available to prepare our meal or even heat all leftovers. The location is another plus if you want to feel the city and try public transportation it is very easy to commute to downtown Austin from here, bus stop just across the hotel. I know that people use other options, but I do love to try public transportation and get to know the locals and experience something that you cannot have in a cab. They have computers available and printers. There is a coffee during the afternoon for guests, that's a good treat especially after a long day of work. We do stay in Residence Inn when we want to feel in our own home.
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FromUS$159
4.4/510 Reviews
We stayed here two night, using Marriott points. Easy to find and easy to drive into Austin for tours, bars and restaurants. Staff was nice and friendly. Room was comfortable and quiet. Breakfasts in the morning were nice & free! Only things I found confusing was if you pass the hotel driving west... it was hard to find roads to drive North & East, back to the Hotel (290 was bumber to bumber and we didn't want to get on that). I would highly recommend this hotel. Nice stay.
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FromUS$179
4.3/510 Reviews
I was so impressed upon arrival, great service, a setup of welcome tea / coffee and water. The room was the most impressive, it was better than Hilton's I'd recently stayed in. I love that the room had a convenient setup and thoughtful touches such as a coat / hat rack on the wall (super handy during winter) and plenty of hooks in the bathroom. You can use the washing machines and dryers at the sister property next door, Homewood Suites and there is a convenience store in the lobby that you can purchase items from. I highly recommend this hotel to stay in and I'll definitely try to return on future trips to Austin.
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FromUS$109
4.3/510 Reviews
Austin City Center
My wife and I have not been able to spend time with our grown Children who live in Austin since the COVID situation came up as I have to take immunosuppressants and we had not found a safe a comfortable way to spend time there. I reached out to the W to understand the current safety standards and ask for special room accommodations to make the trip both safe and enjoyable. Within hours I had a positive response from their management team wishing me safe travels. As usual upon arrival we we greeted by the warmly by staff but they were also taking care to observe all precautions. Throughout the stay they made us not only feel welcome, provided us everything we could need (including off menu smoothies) but also made it so that we did not feel concerned about being outside of our safe space at home. Room service was excellent and the way they have the outside setup at Trace allows for great food, fun atmosphere and also Social Distancing. If you like us have been thinking it is too risky to travel, or that when you got to the hotel it would feel like a hospital, the W Austin will change your mind. Thanks to all the staff that made our trip so great. Justin
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FromUS$275
3.5/510 Reviews
Your s greate company our stay has gone well the rooms are spot on thanks the people around are are ok nice and the life that is next to the hotel is nice the bed feels amazing you should make this place more local thanks for the stays
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FromUS$89
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed at this location for a couple’s trip to the Hill Country. It is within a reasonable driving distance from major Texas Hill country attractions, such as Lake Travis and the Oasis, scenic route 1431 from Cedar Park to Marble Falls, and Hamilton Pool. Many other Austin attractions are also a short drive away. This quiet hotel is right across from Lakeline mall with a wide variety of dining options within a short driving distance. The hotel practices social distancing due to the Coronavirus. Breakfast is served at the lobby with the option to eat table-side or take it to your room. It is a modified Hampton Inn breakfast with single serve items to protect guests (egg sandwiches, bread, bagels, muffins, yogurts, cereal, fruits, and juices), which is much better than the grab n’ go breakfast bags at other hotels during this pandemic. Housekeeping is done daily. The hotel appears to be new. It was also very, very clean and made quite an impression on us. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Overall it was a good value and we would definitely stay at this location again and recommend to friends and family.
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FromUS$103
4.5/55 Reviews
Me and my Girlfriend stayed here two nights to attend MotoGP in Austin. The location is so close to many great bars and shops that it's completely walkable if you want to see what's around Austin. Every morning breakfast is serviced in the back house. The best part is the parfait at the end, it's basically like desert! Nick, the Host, is a treat. He's always interested to here where you are from and what you're there too see. Also he rides an DRZ400 so that puts him up in my book lol. The rooms are all charming with a great antique aesthetic and feel. They were all clean and tidy and made our stay very magical. My girlfriend said I had, and I quote, "done good!". Can't ask for anything more!
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FromUS$171
4.2/510 Reviews
After doing some research I was still not clear on a good location in Austin without paying downtown prices and high parking fees. Upon landing I googled hotels near the airport for one night. We stayed at this La Quinta and we're very happy with the location to downtown as well as the room and service. By car, it was to just minutes to South Congress Ave, the Capital building, etc. People advised us that traffic would be horrible and parking would be very difficult but as long as you stayed away from the rush hours it was fine. We did not get stuck in traffic. I did set my GPS to stay off of the highway going in and out of the city and I think that helped. Parking was also not a problem as we found spots on the street every time. There are parking garages if that doesn't work out however. I would recommend for the few extra dollars to upgrade to the king executive suite room as it is spacious, his two large screen TVs and a big shower, fridge and microwave. there are also restaurants and a Starbucks right across the street. Best of all when you are done it is literally 5 minutes to the airport!
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FromUS$119
4.3/510 Reviews
During this rough time of COVID-19 I was hit with no plumbing in my house. South Congress Hotel save the day for me! I was able to check into this oasis of a hotel and have some serenity back into my life. The staff was extremely sweet, accommodating in the process. I could tell they are taking extra precautions to take care of their guests during this time. The hotel is at such an amazing location. Beds are very comfortable! I also took advantage of in room dining and the food was delicious and not the typical boring food you get in hotels. Manana was also a great perk in the morning and afternoon. I highly recommend the golden eye (house made goldenmilk with a shot of espresso)! I am so happy that this hotel is in Austin. Highly recommend!
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FromUS$295
4.3/510 Reviews
Everything about our stay at the Hotel Ella was lovely! Molly was so cheerful and lovely at the front desk. She helped us with our reservation and ensured that we had a great room to enjoy our much needed getaway! Michael from the bar was super friendly and prompt. We were able to enjoy our bubbles on the lovely balcony outside of our room. We returned to the balcony again in the morning for coffee and to read the paper. The hotel is super convenient and within walking distance to so many Austin attractions including the Bullock museum, the Blanton, and UT campus. Tyler the valet was also extremely nice and helpful as we sadly had to leave. We will certainly be back!
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FromUS$165
4.3/510 Reviews
Austin City Center
Hotel is beautiful and was clean. From the valet at arrival and the desk they were very friendly and helpful. Valet is on 7th, not Congress but is easy to get to. The room was beautiful. Highly recommend doing the deluxe room only a little bit extra and almost double the space. The bathroom has very nice soaps and plenty of space, along with a separate makeup counter area. Shower did take a couple minutes to get warm but got plenty hot enough. The bed and pillows were wonderful. The mini fridge was not stocked due to COVID but was on for your use with your own stuff. Didn't get a chance to use pool or fitness but both were open and looked nice. Hotel did have some dining options open but ended up walking elsewhere. I highly recommend and want to go back soon!
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FromUS$124
4.3/510 Reviews
The property is within minutes of a mall & many restaurants. The hotel property is clean and well lit. Comfortable beds and extremely comfortable pillows make it for a good night's sleep/nap. Breakfast buffet had a great selection. The pool and spa were ample. Even on the days it was a bit busy we never felt overcrowded. We stayed in a suite and it was very spacious for three teenagers (17&13) and one adult. Hotel staff was more than helpful and build is secure regardless of time of arrival. We are MOST DEF staying at this location on our next trip to Austin.
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FromUS$94
4.5/510 Reviews
My family and our friends recently stayed at this hotel and it was by far one of the coolest properties we have seen! They have a giant mural inside and a vintage bug outside as some of the hotels decor. We loved the outdoor space and pool area as we were able to all grill out by the pool while the kids were swimming instead of finding a restaurant nearby everyone could agree on. Shout out to the staff I think there names were shayna and Zachary who were super cool and accommodating with stuff we needed. The guy in the morning that checked us out was great also but I did not get his name.. We can not wait to come back to this hotel soon! Thank you to the whole team.
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FromUS$139
2.2/510 Reviews
As a locally owned business, which is VERY important to the locals here, I would have to stay this establish is a TRUE hidden Gem. Every single room has a different theme, and you will find jacuzzi suites on the first floor, which are the coolest entity! I mean, who thinks of this stuff???!!!! And they are CLEAN. And just awesome. On the second floor, an arrray of lavishly oriental inspired rooms that are larger than your home probably are private, literally sound proof, and the term "bang for your buck" really hits home. I felt like a princess my first stay in a second floor suite. On the third floor, nothing short of spectacular. With balcony suites which overlook a tidy and private pool area complete with a functioning hot tub makes you wonder why every hotel doesn't take the risk to make such courageous attempts to create vividly aesthetically sensational lasting impressions like this place. Did I mention the showers? I will let you see for YOURSELF. It is that cool. The staff are really pleasant and will not mind giving you a tour so you can choose a room which caters to your liking. Everyone is friendly, and your privacy is very respected, much like that of a 5 star hotel back home in New Orleans. If originality, great location, and unique assets which are great for story time when speaking of your trip to Austin are what you seek, then this is the hotel for you.
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FromUS$99
3.5/55 Reviews
Homewood suites by Hilton was a five-star experience for me. We stayed on the fifth floor with a view of the pool next to the gym and had a suite. I was very impressed with the details and the full kitchen and how friendly everybody was. They also provide free breakfast and wine for happy hour. It is one block from Rainey Street. A 10 minute walk to where the bats fly out Of the bridge at sunset. A 20 minute walk to sixth Street and Congress near the Paramont. You can rent electric bikes at the bridge and ride for miles along the river. There is so much to do on rainy Street and sixth Street and Congress Street. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The rooms were Clean and comfortable. The bathroom was huge we had a full kitchen and a little living room. It is right next to the freeway but it is insulated from any freeway noise or exhaust.
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FromUS$159
4/510 Reviews
My family and I like to stay at this location because we find it easy to get on Highway 183 or the Capitol of Texas Highway to travel to Downtown Austin for live music events, South Congress for shopping and dining, or The University of Texas for live sporting events. We also enjoy the complimentary made-to-order breakfast and the Manager's Reception. My teenage daughters have loved the ambiance of the lobby since they were very small, and now that it is remodeled and updated, we all enjoy it more. It does not hurt that the lobby has "two flippin' swans," as they put it on social media the first time we stayed there many years ago.
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FromUS$126
1/511 Reviews
Home Town Suites has the best management and staff, the hotel is quite safe and very reasonable price. 😁 It's our home away from home. Your in great hands with Jessica the general manager. We will always ❤️ the clean and comfortable 😊 room's, the kind and knowledgeable staff. The area is safe and walkable. There's many wonderful restaurants and stores that are a short walk 😁. With plenty of parking. Public transportation is easily accessible.
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FromUS$56
4.3/510 Reviews
We enjoyed our one night at the Hilton Double Tree on IN-35 in Austin. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful, giving us a location choice for our room. The parking was discounted and very convenient to our room. Our room had recently been remodeled and open out to a large balcony area overlooking the courtyard. The bedding was very nice and the hallways were quiet. The breakfast buffet was a pleasant surprise and the waitstaff was very helpful and served our drinks.
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FromUS$129
3/510 Reviews
I was traveling through Austin and this was one of the most friendliest staff I’ve dealt with in the hotel industry and the rooms are very clean along the outside of the property, especially the pool, which was very clean unlike other hotels and I definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for a hotel to
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FromUS$59
3.5/510 Reviews
I have to come to Austin frequently and stay for a few weeks at a time for medical treatments. I stay here at this location because my first experience was awesome. Rita, Ricky, Chacka the housekeepers, and Hector the maintenance man all went out of their way to make sure that I was comfortable my whole stay. I have read some of the reviews and I have to say that one this is an extended stay hotel so housekeeping is not every day for an extended stay hotel no matter what brand they are because alot of people live here for long periods of time and I know at my house I don't clean the whole apartment every day I have two days a week that I do things on and that is the same thing I do when I stay at any longer term hotel. Second for the price of the room the number of ammenties you get are awesome. You have a full size fridge, a actual stove top with an oven, microwave, and if you need pots pans plates bowls utensils they give them to you at the front desk. So I don't freak out when I don't have a hair dryer. Third all staff members go out of their way for each guest to ensure they enjoy their stay at the property. I sit in the lobby a lot because I get cooped up in the room so I hear everyone who works at the front desk and Rickey (who is not a bell boy at all) who is the absolute sweetest guy and a great manager handles issues very well and tries to rectify anything that pops up immediately. I have heard people just be down right rude and he amazes me at how well he keeps his composure so if you're being asked to stay somewhere else it's because at that point and time he is worried about the safety of his other guests. I appreciate how hard he works and everyone else at this property. This team is great because they have a great leader and they care about their guests. Laura Langley
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FromUS$89
3.5/510 Reviews
Austin City Center
The location was close to downtown, the capital and 1 black away from Franklins BBQ what I highly recommend. The hotel was a great price and clean. I would recommend this hotel for anyone who wants to stay in the downtown area without the huge price tag.
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FromUS$75
3.3/510 Reviews
This is Motel Six upgraded! So it is an inexpensive place to stay for business. It is clean, has a great table to work on with lots of electric sockets and USB charging ports, a frig and small kitchenette and a clean shower. Bed is comfortable. What more do you need? You can spend a lot more and get less. I was very nervous seeing all the bad reviews and mostly took it because of the price. Sure the receptionist was rude but so what? I booked online and only needed to get a room key. I will definitely be staying here again and at Studio Six in general if the rest are like this one.
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FromUS$80
2/55 Reviews
Opened July 2018, Everything is new, looks new, smells new. Stayed July 4 holiday and was the lowest price I could find in NE Austin TX. This is a no frills hotel, one elevator for 3 floors, spacious hallways, coin laundry first floor, no refrigerator in my room, there was a microwave and free WiFi. Need room key to get in on ground floor. Bed was firm and comfortable, one stuffed chair in room, small desk with two chairs. Hotel is located along highway 1 feeder. Shower head is old style with plenty of water flowing out of the head. New style key entry, just hold the key next to the lock to enter. 2 luggage carts available on first floor for move in and out.
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FromUS$80
4.2/510 Reviews
PSA: If you're looking to travel to Austin for a weekend getaway, do your research! Check football game schedules before booking your airfare! We made the mistake of having a set date for our girl's weekend, and found out way too late that there were a couple games in town at that time, which not only made the city a bit more crowded, it also drove up the price of every hotel within a reasonable distance from downtown. I checked prices on all the hotels within a 5 mile radius pretty frequently leading up to our trip. This was the closest we were able to get to the city - 5 miles, usually 20 minutes by car. The hotel was okay, but it did feel a little old. The room was comfortable and the air conditioning worked, though, and that's about as much as we needed. The beds and the pillows were nice to lounge on (and it's rare for me to like both a bed and a pillow in a hotel, pain in the tooshie that I am...) The room had a fridge - which we used for both ciders and water, a desk - which went unused for the weekend, and a decent bathroom. It was nice that the sink was separate from the shower and toilet, allowing us both the opportunity to get cleaned up without having to wait for one person to completely finish. The staff was friendly enough, and we saw them a few times as we waited for a Lyft/Uber to make its way to us for the trip to the city. I guess it wasn't a terrible stay, but it certainly wasn't the most pleasant or memorable stay. I don't think I'd choose this hotel - or this area - if I'm in Austin again.
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FromUS$107
4.5/55 Reviews
Austin City Center
I had a staycation weekend w/ my girlfriend for my birthday and we loved the hotel and the room. I had recently stayed at the Fairmont Austin which is another very upscale DT Austin hotel and I prefer ZaZa for the personality, decor and vibe. Lot's of construction going on all night while we were there, but that is just how downtown Austin is currently and no fault of the hotel. Everyone was very nice and service was excellent although I did get a lot more comps at The Fairmont when we went for our 18th anniversary (w/ the hubs not the BFF), but that can also be who you encounter etc. They did give us a glass of house Prosecco at the bar for a birthday treat, but that was it. Again, not looking for comps, but it is something you remember and notice. Still I would choose ZaZa over the Fairmont for the vibe and also the actual room was appointed better. It is super close to bars and restaurants (so is the Fairmont though) and it is a short walk to the running trails and kayaking on Town Lake. Also the Fairmont comped us WIFI, but normally there is a charge which I found odd when you are paying that much for a room, it was included at ZaZa. I can't compare to the Dallas and Houston locations as I have never been.
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4/510 Reviews
Austin City Center
I spent one night here for business. I was looking forward to staying in a $300/nt boutique hotel room. This turned out to be a Holiday Inn wearing lipstick. The front desk staff and valet were very friendly and the hotel was clean and well maintained, but the entire hotel and the room felt cheap, like it had been thrown together. In the evening I could only get lukewarm water in the shower (it was hot the next morning). There was a fridge but no microwave. The bathroom sink was clogged. The A/C was programmed to reset to 81 degrees in the middle of the night. I was completely unable to connect to WiFi. The soda machine on my floor was sold out of EVERYTHING. At check-in I was offered either a king room or two queen room. I selected the king, which turned out to be a handicapped room. As others have said, you could hear the loud music in the middle of the night from the bar next door. As I was here only for one night it wasn't worth the effort to try to correct these issues. I had everything i needed in the room and I slept fine (except when I woke up and the room was stuffy because the A/C had reset to 81 degrees). I did not have a chance to try room-service or the bar in the lobby but I found the room-service menu to have a reasonable number of good options. I think the price for this hotel was due to its proximity to 6th street. However, it was on Red River street in an area that was kind of gloomy at night. Sorry but this hotel is just pretending to be a trendy hotel.
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5/55 Reviews
Austin City Center
After searching many places to stay in Austin, I found this listing as the number 1 B & B in Austin. Read some of the reviews and convinced myself to stay here for three nights. Small hotel with limited parking in the back and additional street parking around it. It was neat and clean. Very helpful and personable staff ready to help. It is located in East Austin with various eating options within walking distance such as Hillside Farmacy and Paperboy. There is a food truck park right across the street. It offers Jamaican, Thai, and Mexican fare among others. Franklin BBQ is nearby too. Meanwhile, our room on the 3rd fl, #9, was very comfortable and with a large bathroom. We liked the balcony in our room and visited the roof top for better views of the neighborhood. Due to COVID, we were forewarned at the front desk that there wouldn’t be room service. It was fine with us. We needed some toiletries and were able to get them from the front desk. Overall, the service was superb+ (the plus is for our silent host Louie the cat). I do recommend this place and would stay here again. Thanks.
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4.1/510 Reviews
I'm guessing that many of the reviews are pre-remodel because my stay was fine. Check-in was quick and you may have to walk 100 or so feet to reach your room because the parking is only in front of the hotel. The room was nice inside with a comfortable bed, wood floors, a mini fridge, microwave, desk, and sofa. The bathroom was clean but I will offer a tip because I had to go ask the front desk how to get the showerhead to work after being stumped for 5 minutes (pull down on the ring portion of the tub faucet). There are stores and food directly across the street. Great location for a couple days rock climbing at Reimers Ranch and Monster Rock.
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